icflix Ties Up with Iraqi Telecom Company Asiacell


DUBAI: The Middle East and North Africa’s internet streaming service icflix has entered into a partnership with Asiacell, a provider of mobile telecommunications services in Iraq.

This deal will allow Asiacell’s subscribers to consume Jazwood (Arabic), Hollywood and Bollywood content, including movies, TV series, cartoons and docs. Both prepaid and postpaid customers will be able to access icflix’s library for a monthly, weekly or daily subscription fee. Productions on offer will include the Arabian animated series Dunia, the popular Jazwood titles Al Arrab: Taht Al Hazem, Layali El Helmya 6 and Al Tawarid, and such Hollywood movies as Lone Survivor, Grace of Monaco and Need for Speed.

“We are glad to have partnered with Asiacell, the leading provider of mobile telecommunications in Iraq who will ensure their subscribers receive the best of icflix content with ease and uncompromising quality,” said Carlos Tibi, the founder and CEO of icflix.

Zring Faruk, Asiacell’s CCO, added: “This new project and our partnership with a leading company such as icflix reflects our deep interest in modernizing the services we use in order to enhance the performance of our company and in turn provide the best entertainment services to our subscribers who deserve the most outstanding services, especially internet-streaming services.”